Canadian War Museum wins award for its steel structure
May 25, 2005
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
The Ontario region of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) recognized two projects in the engineerin...
The Ontario region of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) recognized two projects in the engineering category of its award program this spring.
The Nickel Rim Vent Shaft Headframe of Falconbridge Limited designed by Totten Sims Hubicki Associates and Cementation Skanska Canada Inc. won an Honourable Mention. Hatch-MacIntosh Alliance was the general contractor
Another Honourable Mention in the engineering category went to he University of Toronto Scarborough Campus Student Centre. Stantec was the architect, Halsall Associates was the structural engineer.
Winner of the outstanding steel structure in the Architectural Category was the recently opened Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The structural engineer was Adjeleian Allen Rubeli. Architects were Moriyama & Teshima and Griffith Rankin Cook.
A total of 14 submissions were received. Engineers Pat Quinn of Quinn Dressel Associates and Paul Sandford of Carruthers & Wallace Ltd. were among the jury members.